We reserved a seat at Su Barraccu for dinner after reading the reviews of this agriturismo. Our mouths were watering at the thought of eating excellent local food at prix fixe. We were welcomed warmly by the owners and the food kept coming. And coming. The antipasti and home-made cannonau wine came first -- we could have stuffed ourselves silly with these. These were followed by the first plate with pasta and gnocci and a local potato-and-cheese filled pasta; then came roasted suckling pig, then fruit, local pecorino cheese, and dessert. They tried to bring coffee and a digestive, but we couldn't fit these after this massive dinner.
I highly recommend Su Barracu -- great meal, quaint and hard-to-find location, amazing hosts.More